Fallout 4: Far Harbor – All The Islander’s Almanac Magazine Issue Locations

Guide to unlock the achievement The Islander’s Almanac in the Fallout 4: Far Harbor DLC! There are 5 collectible books called Islander’s Alamanac. They each give a unique perk and if you collect them all it will unlock an achievement.

Far Harbor Sightseer’s Guide

Location: Far Harbor – The Last Plank.

The first Almanac can be found in the Far Harbor starting area in The Last Plank bar. As soon as you enter go straight and it is sitting on the last table to the right.

Fallout 4: Far Harbor - All The Islander's Almanac Magazine Issue Locations

Children of Atmon Expose

Location: Acadia.

Once you enter Acadia from the main entrance go down one flight of stars and it is sitting on the counter.

Fallout 4: Far Harbor - All The Islander's Almanac Magazine Issue Locations

Recipe Roundup

Location: National Park Visitor’s Center.

Make your way to the National Park Visitor’s Center and walk into the main building. It is sitting on bar table to the right.

Fallout 4: Far Harbor - All The Islander's Almanac Magazine Issue Locations

Precision Hunting

Location: Brooke’s Head Lighthouse.

At the very top of the Brooke’s Head Lighthouse, you will find Dougles. Sitting on top of the dresser next to where you fight him is where this almanac is.

Fallout 4: Far Harbor - All The Islander's Almanac Magazine Issue Locations

Pincer Dodge

Location: Northwood Ridge Quarry.

Enter the quarry through the door and fight past the trappers. It’s sitting on a table and the end of the cave.

Fallout 4: Far Harbor - All The Islander's Almanac Magazine Issue Locations
Fallout 4: Far Harbor - All The Islander's Almanac Magazine Issue Locations

All The islanders Almanac Magazine Issues

  • [0:05] Issue #1 – Far Harbor’s Sightseer Guide
  • [0:48] Issue #2 – Children of the Atom Expose’
  • [1:33] Issue #3 – Recipe Roundup
  • [2:06] Issue #4 – Pincer Dodge
  • [3:09] Issue #5 – Precision Hunting

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